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Spatial Light Modulator

Microelectronics

Microelectronics

…fiber irradiated by laser UV light will show a change in the transmission properties of the wave guides due to a permanent change of the refractive index. Using an excimer UV laser to create an intense fringe pattern to irradiate the fiber, a permanent periodic modulation (spacing of the fringes) of…

Continuous Wave (CW) Solid-State Lasers

Continuous Wave (CW) Solid-State Lasers

…spectroscopy, sensing (interrogation) or signaling. These applications depend on the unique spatial and spectral brightness of laser light. Many of these lasers save costs by featuring direct modulation. Call 1-800-227-8840 Outside the U.S. 1-408-764-4983 Coherent has locations across the globe that…

250 kHz Ultrafast Amplifiers

250 kHz Ultrafast Amplifiers

…line uniformity that can be customized according to your particular needs. Laser Diode Modules Laser Diode Modules Laser diode modules that transform the standard laser dot into a wide range of structured light patterns. Laser Machines and Systems Laser Machines and Systems Laser Marking Systems…

Femtosecond lasers for life science.pdf

Femtosecond lasers for life science.pdf

…And it does it with unparalleled reliability.
Novel imaging techniques like multiphoton light sheet, wide-field microscopy,
and scan-less microscopy/photo-activation with spatial light modulators
(SLMs) require lasers operating in unconventional pulse formats. Rather
than the…

2011-Diode-Laser-Modules-and-Pattern-Generators-Catalog.pdf

2011-Diode-Laser-Modules-and-Pattern-Generators-Catalog.pdf

…Free: (800) 343-4912 · Tel: (408) 764-4042 · Fax: (503) 454-5727 43
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Application Primers
Spatial uniformity directly correlates to system performance for Light Induce Fluorescence and scatter type
applications. This improves signal to noise especially
for submicron…

Optogenetics Relies on Multiphoton Microscopy | Imaging & Microscopy - Research, Development, Production

Optogenetics Relies on Multiphoton Microscopy | Imaging & Microscopy - Research, Development, Production

…signaling. While early optogenetics research was done using simple LED light sources, an appropriate ultrafast laser can be used for this photo activation of particular sites, possibly, in conjunction with a spatial light modulator. A second ultrafast laser beam is usually then deployed for tracking…

Bio Photonics - April 2015

Bio Photonics - April 2015

…ultrafast laser can be used for highly specific
optogenetics activation of particular sites,
possibly in conjunction with a spatial
light modulator. As shown in Figure 4,
a second ultrafast wavelength can be deployed for imaging the Ca2+ activity using
a GECI that is…

Bio Optics World - May/June 2014

Bio Optics World - May/June 2014

…generation (THG). In addition, there is a growing range of practical variations on the way these techniques are implemented, such as spatial light modulators or multibeam methods aimed at reducing the time it takes to acquire an entire image plane (sectional image) or image cube. MARCO ARRIGONI…

Photonics Spectra - November 2016

Photonics Spectra - November 2016

…power can be divided
to cover selective areas of several neurons
using computer-controlled holographic
illumination with a spatial light modulator (SLM), as developed by Valentina
Emiliani at Université Paris Descartes.
Whether the excitation is truly simultaneous or fast…

Laser Focus World - June 2018

Laser Focus World - June 2018

…direct modulation is often
not a critical factor since most microscopes
also incorporate either an acousto-optic
modulator (AOM) or acousto-optic tunable filter (AOTF) to enable modulation.
Fiber delivery
Confocal microscopes are set up to receive laser light via a…

Laser Focus World - January 2015

Laser Focus World - January 2015

light from the module excites rubidium
electrons inside a gas cell. The use of hyperpolarized gas in MRI allows observation of otherwise inaccessible bodily processes, such as pulmonary function and
blood profusion in the brain. The module itself emits 200 W of circularly polarized light

CaseStudy TIRF MullinsLab UCSF.pdf

CaseStudy TIRF MullinsLab UCSF.pdf

…and non-laser light sources may be used for fluorescence excitation in TIRF. However, for experiments with naturally low signal levels, such as single molecule monitoring, the extreme brightness of a laser beam is a critical advantage. In particular, the laser's unique spatial brightness means…

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